the latest thing by catherine macdonald

happy families, rayner brothers gallery, whanganui

Posted in drawing, exhibitions by catherine macdonald on June 14, 2018
have a few works in this show:

below are the pencil drawings:

and here are some of the sculptures:

 

 

detail:

 

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starting point exhibition, whanganui arts, at the centre

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, writing by catherine macdonald on March 22, 2018
As part of Artists Open Studios Whanganui

This work is on show at the arts centre:

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2018 sarjeant gallery whanganui arts review, whanganui

Posted in books, drawing, exhibitions, paper, writing by catherine macdonald on March 22, 2018
2018 sarjeant gallery te whare o rehua whanganui arts review

10 march 2018 – 13 may 2018

I have this work taking part:
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drawing room, showing at the rabbit room, napier

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, furniture, objects, paper, plywood, Still Life by catherine macdonald on February 8, 2018
shots of the show installation:
    

 

drawing room, showing at the rabbit room, napier

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, furniture, objects, paper, plywood, Still Life by catherine macdonald on January 29, 2018
opening this friday

all aboard, solander gallery, wellington

Posted in drawing, exhibitions by catherine macdonald on November 21, 2017
I have a piece in this show:

out walking one day

pencil, stain and varnish on board

2017

 

 

 

 

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residency, the art vault, mildura, australia

Posted in books, drawing, paper, prints, writing by catherine macdonald on October 11, 2017
I'm working here for three weeks:

http://www.theartvault.com.au/index.php

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one hit wonder, space studio & gallery, whanganui

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, furniture by catherine macdonald on August 20, 2017
Space Gallery Website
I have a table taking part in the following:


Space Studio & Gallery warmly invites you to...

One Hit Wonder

20 Artists/1 Work



(drawing by margaret silverwood)

One Hit Wonder

Experience the creative delights of Winter Wonderfest 
with this dynamic exhibition featuring a host of 
local talent:

Frances Stachl/ Nicola Gregory/ Craig Sharp/ Leonie Sharp/ 
Jodi Clark/ Kaye Coombs/ Sandra Grieve- The Felted Room/ 
Margaret Silverwood (Featured above)/ Rachael Garland/ 
Mark Rayner/ Cecelia Kumeroa/ Mike Marsh/ Paul Rayner/ 
Sandy De Kock/ Glen Hutchins/ Catherine Macdonald/ 
Leigh Anderton-Hall/ Eva Harkness/ Lynn Hurst/ 
Amy Blackburn

Opens 5.30pm, this Saturday, 19th August

Viewing until 1st September

Space Studio & Gallery

64 Taupo Quay, Whanganui, 4500
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2017 belton, smith & associates ltd whanganui arts review , sarjeant gallery

Posted in drawing, exhibitions, furniture by catherine macdonald on March 16, 2017
more info here:

http://www.sarjeant.org.nz/gallery/2017-belton-smith-associates-ltd/

I have this work taking part:

arts review 2017

 

 

 

 

 

An Artist’s Response, space studio & gallery, whanganui

Posted in books, drawing, exhibitions, paper by catherine macdonald on February 17, 2017
I'm taking part in this show - part of whanganui's La Fiesta - opening event tonite.

 

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Show contains artistic response's to anonymous 6 word memoirs written by local 
women as part of the 2016 festival
Here's and image of my piece: (note: it contains bad language 
- in my defence it's a quote)

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WORK DETAILS
Name: Catherine Macdonald

Title: FUCK OFF NOW!/please don’t leave

Year: 2017

Medium: Book - double sided

Price: $ 30.00 each

Dimensions: 90mm x 63mm x 15mm (h x w x d)

Memoir: FUCK OFF NOW! please don’t leave

Statement: FUCK OFF NOW! please don’t leave. For me these six words sum up 
how contradictory love and relationships can be.  How in one person can be 
someone you never want to see again but also be afraid to live without. 
These seemingly opposing thoughts can exist back to back.  I’ve chosen to 
create a small palm sized book that contains scenes from daily life, the 
little things, the discarded, the overlooked, that create the memories 
and reminders of time spent.